Filming In Semuliki National Park

Semuliki National Park protects an extension of the Ituri forest in the Democratic republic of Congo. The park is situated in western Uganda near mountains of the moon (Mt. Rwenzori). The park covers an area of 220km2 with altitude of 670m-760m above sea level. River Semuliki separates Uganda and Democratic Republic of Congo. Crystal Fixers Uganda is hereby enabling…

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Filming in Bigodi swamp

Situated just outside Kibale National Park (Home of Chimpanzees).  Bigodi swamp is not a swamp but also an eco- tourism base with about 138 bird species which can be seen on guided walk tour.  Of the 325 that are recorded in this national park, 6 species of birds are endemic to the Albertine Rift region, including the Black-capped Apalis,…

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Filming in Mount Elgon National Park

Mount Elgon National Park is situated at Uganda and Kenya. At the size of 4000sqkms, Mount Elgon National Park has the largest Volcanic base in the world. With a lot of  attractions, Mount Elgon National Park becomes one of the best sites for filming in Uganda. The park is home to over 300 species of birds including the endangered…

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Filming In Kidepo Valley National Park

Kidepo valley is one of the Savannah parks in Uganda. KVNP is situated in north eastern Uganda bordered by Kenya in the East and one of the true wildness of Africa. Kidepo Valley can be reached by road or Air transport from Entebbe/ Kampala. Kidepo Valley National Park occupies 1442sqKm and suitable for filming. Things to Film in Kidepo…

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Things You Must Have To Do Filming

Film fixing activities in Uganda, Rwanda and Democratic republic of Congo need adequate preparation so, below is the list of the things you must have to do filming in Uganda. Filming Permissions – filming permits in Rwanda cost $30 and valid for 15 Days and $50 valid for 3 Days the permit is strictly issued by Rwanda Academy of…

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Local Film Fixers

Who is a local Film Fixer in Filming? A film fixer is someone who organizes interviews, location permits, transport, accommodation and location scouting. Film fixers can also be called “Local Fixers” who prepares everything needed for effective filming. He or she arranges accommodation, permits, security, food, water, signs filming contracts on behalf of the filming crew and so on…

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Filming Lions In Uganda

Lion Filming in Uganda

Popular places to film lions in Uganda include: Ishasha sector Queen Elizabeth national park Kidepo Valley National Park Pian -Upe Wildlife Reserve Filming lions in Ishasha sector is one of the major tourist activities in Uganda. Ishasha sector is situated on the way to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park from Queen Elizabeth National Park. While in Ishasha sector, filmmakers can…

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CUSTOMIZED GORILLA TOURS IN UGANDA

Custom Trips are tailor-made itineraries designed for individual travelers, families, or a small group. We can arrange an itinerary around your interests, dates, and special requests. Our trips include private drivers, private touring, unique accommodations, and exclusive experiences for African Jungle Adventures. Because Uganda- Rwanda border  was opened, we resume conducting 1 day gorilla tour from Kigali- Rwanda. 1…

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Film Fixing & Photography In Uganda

Film fixing is one of the major tourist or media activity in Uganda. Film fixers have a variety of things to film in Uganda. Some of the things for filming include: National parks and Game reserves. Relief Water Bodies Wild animals Birds Vegetation People Towns/ cities and so on Local film makers however doesn’t need a media cards to…

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Press Accreditation or Media card

Uganda Media Council

Media card or Media accreditation card is a requirement for all foreign journalists who are planning to film in Uganda. More so, the location card of the area, the journalist is planning to carry out filming. Media cards are issued by the Uganda Media Council whereas location card  is issued by local authorities managing the area to be filmed….

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